WSU Office of Veterans AffairsWSU Office of Veterans AffairsWSU Office of Veterans Affairs Pullman Veterans Affairs Penny Martinez, Pullman Veterans Coordinator During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are working remotely and can be reached via email. The Pullman office serves students at Pullman, Global, Everett, and Spokane campuses. For other campuses, visit our Staff page. Tuition Holds: Email us. Campus Housing Questions: Email Housing. WSU Veterans Center & OfficeAccess is through Terrill LibraryHolland Library, Room 120BAPullman, WA 99165-1035 (509) 335‑firstname.lastname@example.org Enrollment Certification Request Veterans and dependents receiving VA Educational Assistance must complete a WSU Enrollment Certification Request prior to each semester or term that they wish to use their VA benefit. This form requires the student's academic advisor's signature, so plan ahead! Failure to submit this form will delay receipt of your monthly GI Bill payments. Survivor Benefit Hotline for GI Bill Beneficiaries The Department of Veterans Affairs' Education Service now has a dedicated phone line for GI Bill beneficiaries who are the surviving spouse or child of an active duty service member who died in the line of duty and need assistance with their education benefits. A child or surviving spouse can contact the Education Call Center at 1-888-442-4551 and select Option 5. A highly trained agent with specialized training in survivor benefits will be ready to assist the caller with their education benefits or survivor-related resources. The call center is open Monday - Friday, from 7am to 5pm CST. ASWSU Student Veterans Committee The ASWSU Student Veterans Committee is located in the WSU Veterans Center. Stop by and say hello! Holland Library, Room 120BA (access through Terrill Library)(509) 335‑1857 | email@example.com. Been called to active duty? Disclaimer: The WSU VA Office provides information about benefits and services available to WSU students who are Veterans or dependents of Veterans. Although we make an effort to discuss and/or provide information about all available benefits and services for which a particular student may be eligible, we cannot promise that all students will be informed of all benefits and services for which they may be eligible. Students are responsible for asking questions and seeking information, whether from WSU or from another state or federal agency or entity, regarding available benefits or services.